Profiles of Excellence in Action

The American Society of News Editors (ASNE) will receive $4,646,100 over the next five years from the Donald W. Reynolds Foundation to sustain the country's premier training opportunity for high school journalism advisors. Kent State’s School of Journalism and Mass Communication is one of five accredited schools that will offer the two-week program in 2010 as ASNE subgrantees.
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Perspective on ...

The Kent State University Columbiana County Campuses’ leadership team is growing in experience, leadership, knowledge and ability with the appointment of Dr. Susan Rossi as assistant dean at Kent State at East Liverpool and Dr. Melissa Denardo as assistant dean at Kent State at Salem.
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Psychology’s Rawson Honored at White House

Kent State University Professor Dr. Katherine Rawson traveled to Washington, D.C., to receive the Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists and Engineers on Jan. 13. She is one of 100 beginning researchers selected by President Barack Obama to receive this prestigious award.
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Running With the PAC: President’s Administrative Council Demonstrates Diversity

Four times a year, Kent State University President Lester A. Lefton convenes a group of university members who oversee functions crucial to Kent State’s overall success. The group is called the President’s Administrative Council (PAC), and it was formed to ensure that there is ownership, leadership and commitment to getting the university’s work done.
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